Esteel srl designs and supplies any type of facade, all with high quality systems that ensure complete efficiency.
They consist of vertical and horizontal structural elements, which are connected together and anchored to the supporting structure of the building and tamponized, to form a building casing that guarantees, together with the building work, all the normal functions of an external wall without to overcome fundamental aspects such as thermal and acoustic insulation.
They can be combined with glass, stone, composite materials, shapes and sizes with a wide range of solutions, both functional and purely aesthetic.

The development, the research of the materials, the processing technique, the professionalism and the experience gained over the years have allowed a continuous typological and qualitative evolution of the facades produced.

Curtain Walls & Ventilated Facades


The Curtain Wall is featured in terms of performance and aesthetics by a continuity of the casing with respect to the structure of the building, which remains completely behind the facade.
This guarantees, in conjunction with the remaining parts of the construction, all the normal functions of an external wall without having to contribute to the functions of the supporting structure.
The facade is made of a frame consisting mainly of metal, wood or PVC, usually made up of vertical and horizontal structural elements, connected together and anchored to the supporting structure.

The ventilated facade is a type of advanced screen facade where the cavity between the coating and the wall is designed in such a way that the air therein can flow in a natural and / or artificially controlled manner, depending on the seasonal and / or daily needs, in order to improve their overall thermal energy performance.
The heat-insulating layer is protected from moisture from the outside, air movement in the cavity helps to dry any water infiltration and to distract the accumulated heat by solar irradiation in the coating layer, also improving the wall thermocoupling during the winter time.


Double Skin

The double skin facades form a continuous transparent container throughout the perimeter of the building: the outer skin is fixed - not openable - and is intended to protect the building by its own air, water and while the second, placed in the interior, is almost always equipped with window frames, allowing ventilation of indoor spaces without the need for special control of environmental stresses. To improve comfort inside the building, sometimes there is a natural or forced ventilation of the cavity defined by the two skins.
In the cavity, there are also continuous dimming devices or adjustable slats from the inside of the room and elements that can be opened to ventilate the environments.


Pointed Facades

It is the product of an appropriate stratification of thin, lightweight and high performance construction elements.

In stratified structures, each set of different layers of technology corresponds to a set of different physical performances, which can be defined in the design phase by means of a performance analysis.

Dry packet construction allows for greater attention to detail, the ability to choose the most appropriate materials to assemble, the possibility of continuous variation, optimization of the layers of the wrap and greater maintenance of the technological units.